Photos from Hiroshima
These photos from Hiroshima will detail a small piece of that wonderful city’s puzzle.
It’s a small city that’s tucked at the edges of Japan’s main island (Honshu). Hiroshima’s history predates the darker events that took place when the Enola Gay dropped an atomic bomb on the city. I first visited while traveling around the country with my mother and revisited with my wife and friends a few years later. Hiroshima is one of my favorite cities thanks to some wonderful regional food and a quaint charm that is hard to find elsewhere around there. I’m going to share some photos from Hiroshima and nearby Miyajima taken by Christina, the lens behind DukeStewartWrites.com.
Some of these photos previously appeared in stories about both Hiroshima and Miyajima. I hope you enjoy these wonderful photos Hiroshima that were taken by Christina and if you have any thoughts or comments about them, I’d love to read your thoughts in that section below. As always, enjoy these photos and take care. Let’s get started, shall we? Without further ado, here are photos from Hiroshima as seen through the lens of Christina.
Food & Drink
Gembaku Dome & Peace Memorial
I hope you enjoyed Christina’s photos from Hiroshima and gained a bit of inspiration to go there someday. If you’ve already been, perhaps it will convince you that a return trip is a must! Visiting places like Hiroshima and Japan as a whole were always a dream I never thought could be achieved.
What did you think of these photos? Have you ever visited Hiroshima or Miyajima? What did you think of it? I’d love to read your thoughts in the comments section.
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